How do you save your favourite Warrior Forum Threads?

by Big Al
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I've been subscribing to them ... tried saving them as PDFs ... etc etc ... but might just DIGG them.

Problem for me is keeping track of them and not forgetting them.

What do you do?
#favourite #forum #save #threads #warrior
  • Profile picture of the author humbledmarket
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    Originally Posted by Big Al View Post

    I've been subscribing to them ... tried saving them as PDFs ... etc etc ... but might just DIGG them.

    Problem for me is keeping track of them and not forgetting them.

    What do you do?
    I've never tried PDFs. Thanks for the suggestions. I usually just list it down on a list with a small description.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tina Golden
    I save the best ones as PDF (the ones with actionable advice or a few that just plain resonated with me) but I rename the PDF so it's easily found later.

    Those that I want to follow but don't necessarily need as PDFs, I just subscribe to the thread. You can set it to no notification if you don't want to get the emails.

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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    I just subscribe to them and choose No Email sent if I want to keep track of them but don't want to get the emails.
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  • Profile picture of the author patey88
    I copy and paste into MS OneNote, and it automatically adds a link back to the original source page. I use a OneNote knowledgebase to keep track of just about everything, including to-do lists, passwords, research, and site information. I like it because it's easy to search.
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  • Profile picture of the author goingup
    I bookmark them, than put them in the folder in my list of bookmarks that i labeled WFthreadsofinterest. All my bookmarked items are in folders. In any case, you than just click on the bookmark and the page comes right up.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gary McCaffrey
    I just click the 'Thanks' button on threads I want to save, then to find them again I go to my profile page and click to find all the threads thanked by myself.

    That's the simplest way.
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    • Profile picture of the author tpw
      Originally Posted by Gary McCaffrey View Post

      I just click the 'Thanks' button on threads I want to save, then to find them again I go to my profile page and click to find all the threads thanked by myself.

      That's the simplest way.
      This is what I do as well...
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    • Profile picture of the author Winlin
      1- Sign up for delicious, then go to the linkback tab at the top of the thread and add it as a bookmark to your delicious account ... very easy

      2-Save the page as a book mark ... super easy

      3-Save as a PDF by printing out in cute PDF... moderately easy, but if someone ads a post you need to update the PDF

      4-Subscribe to the post and save the e-mail link... easy but clogs up your e-mails ... FYI and LOL at myself... in different forum's forover two yrs and just realized a couple of days ago I could subscribe to the threads


      These are the four methods I've used ...current personal preference "Delicious Bookmark"
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      • Profile picture of the author Winlin
        Originally Posted by TMG Enterprises View Post

        I just subscribe to the thread. You can set it to no notification if you don't want to get the emails.
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        Originally Posted by sbucciarel View Post

        I just subscribe to them and choose No Email sent if I want to keep track of them but don't want to get the emails.
        Good Tip.. I think this is my new method... Thanks.
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    • Profile picture of the author xiaoayuan
      Originally Posted by Gary McCaffrey View Post

      I just click the 'Thanks' button on threads I want to save, then to find them again I go to my profile page and click to find all the threads thanked by myself.

      That's the simplest way.
      I use IE, Just add them to "my favorites".
      Now I will use your method too. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author rmolina88
    I bookmark them under folders I named "Outsourcing", "WSO's", and "General Advice".
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  • Profile picture of the author rudro420
    thanks for the great info.....
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Morgan
    Originally Posted by Big Al View Post

    I've been subscribing to them ... tried saving them as PDFs ... etc etc ... but might just DIGG them.

    Problem for me is keeping track of them and not forgetting them.

    What do you do?
    I save them in my favourites folder, or save them as word files.

    To keep track of 50+ you can put a note in brackets, summarizing what it sis about, and save their filenames like this:


    eg-

    WarriorThread (SocialBookmarkTip_10 steps to SB)
    WarriorThread (Article Pitfalls_Tips)
    WarriorThread (Video Question_Youtube Uploading Qu)


    Then at least you will have them in categories, and at least the brackets have the topic, to show what the thread is about, in quick glance
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  • Profile picture of the author Janice Sperry
    I used to save them to my Favorites but I find it much easier to just subscribe. If I am browsing the WF it is easy to just go to my subscribed threads and see what was bumped with new posts. Like others have said I have the no email option set.

    I also started a "Warrior Forum Gems" Word document. I have it open when I am lurking. Many times I don't want to subscribe to the thread but there is a great gem or two. I just copy and paste - this way I have all my gems where I can easily find them.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      I click on "thread tools" - "show printable version"

      and then save that to an appropriate folder on my computer. I saves it with the original thread title which is usually a good description of the content.

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      • Profile picture of the author Jeff Henshaw
        I click on "thread tools" - "show printable version"

        and then save that to an appropriate folder on my computer. I saves it with the original thread title which is usually a good description of the content.
        Neat - thanks for sharing Kay. Your system seems more efficient than mine.

        Oh so simple. I'll try it now.

        Thanks and Regards,

        Jeff.
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  • Profile picture of the author J Bold
    Bookmark them on your browser. Might not have the if they get taken down, but why should they if they're good threads? Not as permanent a way if warrior forum somehow goes down or loses a bunch of data but I consider that unlikely.
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